This new “USB Powered” Portable TV Ears 5.8 Mini Transmitter is the perfect match for you. This new product is a slim alternative to the 5.8 Digital Cradle Transmitter fully compatible with 5.8 Digital Headsets/Speakers, featuring the same Voice Enhancement Technology™ and digital/analog connectivity.
Great for tight space installations – such as wall mounted TV’s. This new “USB Powered” Portable TV Ears 5.8 Mini Transmitter is the slim alternative to the 5.8 Digital Cradle Transmitter fully compatible with 5.8 Digital Headsets/Speakers, featuring the same Voice Enhancement Technology™ and digital/analog connectivity.
Step 1 – Use the supplied USB wall adapter or the USB outlet available in the back of your TV.
Step 2 – Use either the supplied optical or analog audio audio cable to the back of your TV.
Step 3 – Mount the Mini Transmitter to the back of your TV with the supplied adhesive foam pad.
The transmitter will continually send the television audio to the headset if the television is turned on and the headset is charged.
|Transmission Type||5.8 GHz UHF|
|Audio Frequency Response||20 – 20,000 Hz|
|Transmission Frequency||2.3 MHz|
|Dimensions (LxWxH)||3.78″ x 2.56″ x 0.86″|
|Connection||Digital (Optical – SPDIF), Digital (Coaxial), Analog (3.5mm Auxiliary/RCA with provided cables)|
TV Ears are uniquely classified as “Assistive Listening Devices” which allows them to have features that other TV headsets cannot such as our patented “Voice Clarifying Circuitry ” and 120 decibels of volume.
This is a very common problem exacerbated by multi-channel audio tracks and super thin televisions that have the speakers pointed down or even backwards. Soundbars can help but they produce a surround-sound experience which can make it even more difficult to understanding television dialog.
The best solution is a headset or a speaker that amplifies human speech frequencies (500 to 2500 Hz) and reduce background sounds (0 to 500 Hz) so the television dialog jumps out from these complex audio tracks. Hearing aids are designed to do this, but they amplify every noise in the room. TV Ears also does this but has the advantage of amplifying the television dialog directly into your ears.
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